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ORDINANCE 2017-01 ORDINANCE 2017- 1 AN ORDINANCE FIXING THE COMPENSATION OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF CHERRY HILL, COUNTY OF CAMDEN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY BE IT ORDAINED by the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill, County of Camden, State of New Jersey: Section 1. The job titles, base salary or hourly rates, and range for the following full-time positions are hereby determined and fixed as indicated pursuant to the collective bargaining agreements: A. Police Department 1. Patrolmen/Detectives Schedule A- Hired BEFORE January 1, 2011 2014 2015 2016 2017 Step 1 $42,511 $44,361 $45,249 $46,154 Step 2 $50,247 $52,252 $53,297 $54,363 Step 3 $56,402 $58,530 $59,701 $60,895 Step 4 $64,116 $66,398 $67,726 $69,081 Step 5 $71,829 $74,266 $75,751 $77,266 Step 6 $85,400 $88,108 $89,870 $91,667 Step 7 $95,990 $98,910 $100,888 $102,906 Step 8-Beginning 16th Year $99,910 $101,908 $103,946 Detectives $103,362 $106,429 $108,558 $110,729 Detectives hired prior to 1992 will earn between $103,362 and $113,118 as per the CBA. Schedule B - Hired AFTER January 1, 2011 2014 2015 2016 2017 Academy $40,700 $41,514 $42,344 Step 1 $42,511 $44,361 $45,249 $46,154 Step 2 $50,247 $51,528 $52,559 $53,610 Step 3 $56,402 $58,530 $59,701 $60,895 Step 4 $64,116 $65,862 $67,179 $68,523 Step 5 $71,829 $72,800 $74,256 $75,741 Step 6 $77,813 $81,000 $82,620 $84,272 Step 7 $87,462 $92,175 $94,019 $95,899 Step 8 $94,529 $96,420 $98,348 Detectives $94,180 $101,292 $103,318 $105,384 2. Superior Officers Effective Effective Effective Effective 1/1/14 1/1/15 1/1/16 1/1/17 SERGEANT $112,154 $116,397 $119,475 $122,615 SERGEANT-STEPA $120,630 $123,043 $125,504 $128,014 SERGEANT-STEP B $123,422 $125,890 $128,408 $130,976 LIEUTENANT $123,500 $125,970 $128,489 $131,059 LIEUTENANT-STEP A $129,814 $132,411 $135,059 $137,760 LIEUTENANT-STEP B $132,607 $135,259 $137,964 $140,724 CAPTAIN $133,500 $136,170 $138,893 $141,671 CAPTAIN -STEP A $139,729 $142,523 $145,374 $148,281 CAPTAIN -STEP B $142,521 $145,371 $148,278 $151,244 3. Dispatchers NAME 2015 2016 2017 2018 Dispatcher A $55,495 $57,205 $58,349 $59,516 Dispatcher 8 $55,745 $57,460 $58,609 $59,781 Dispatcher C $55,390 $57,098 $58,240 $59,405 Dispatcher D $55,390 $57,098 $58,240 $59,405 Dispatcher E $40,600 $41,412 $42,240 $43,085 Dispatcher F $39,800 $40,596 $41,408 $42,236 Dispatcher G $39,800 $40,596 $41,408 $42,236 Dispatcher H $39,800 $40,596 $41,408 $42,236 Dispatcher I $39,800 $40,596 $41,408 $42,236 Dispatcher) $38,750 $39,525 $40,316 $41,122 NEW HIRE $38,750 $38,750 $39,525 $40,316 B. Blue Collar 2014 2015 2016 2017 Laborer I $17.95 $18.31 $18.87 $19.25 Laborer(hired before July 1, 2011) $20.58 $20.99 --- --- Laborer II $21.08 $21.50 $22.12 $22.57 Truck Driver/Laborer $23.74 $24.21 $24.89 $25.39 Equipment Operator $26.52 $27.05 $27.79 $28.34 Highway Tech I ---- $28.29 $28.86 Mechanic $27.23 $27.77 $28.52 $29.09 Mechanic/Specialist $22.33 $22.78 $23.43 $23.90 Mechanic Helper $19.91 $20.30 $20.90 $21.32 System Operator $25.32 $25.82 $26.53 $27.06 System Maintenance/Labor $21.36 $21.79 $22.42 $22.87 System Maintenance/Truck Driver $23.74 $24.21 $24.89 $25.39 Systems Operator(2nd Shift) $21.90 $22.34 $22.98 $23.44 Public Grounds(Tech) ---- ---- $27.43 $27.97 Tree Specialist(1st Class) $25.69 $26.20 $26.92 $27.46 Tree Specialist(2nd Class) $24.59 $25.08 $25.78 $26.29 Public Grounds Equipment Operator $23.74 $24.21 $24.89 $25.39 Maintenance Tradesman $24.25 $24.73 $25.42 $25.93 Maintenance Craftsman $23.29 $23.76 $24.43 $24.92 Maintenance Worker $22.35 $22.80 $23.44 $23.91 Tech I $26.79 $27.33 $28.07 $28.63 Small Engine Mechanic $25.32 $25.82 $26.53 $27.06 * Rates include yearly COLI C. White Collar Starting Salaries: ":1; eGat ,4ai;q114c; .�. :'.2016 ,2017 "y;,11648 "� t 2019r }q titvatati ,iE,.°s `at"�us,,"-".!'r 'h,a , ._. . .:,.�-�":... ?=ikA rp a. o 's�` r.i 1,�".m,N Clerk I $24,894.65 $25.392.54 $25,900.39 $26,418.40 Clerk II $27,065.33 $27,606.64 $28,158.77 $28,721.95 Clerk III $29,262.73 $29,847.98 $30,444.94 $31,053.84 Admin I $32,194.32 $32,838.20 $33,494.97 $34,164.87 Admin II $35,332.87 $36,039.53 $36,760.32 $37,495.53 Existing Employees: Oct. 1,2015* Jan. 1, 2016 Jan. 1, 2017 Jan. 1,2018 Jan. 1, 2019 1% 2% 2% 2% 2% *Employees shall further receive a one-time increase in their base salary of$300 upon the re-opening of the existing Agreement. 1 Bargaining agreements will continue in full force and effect upon expiration. Salaries will be paid in accordance with the terms of those agreements once fully executed contracts are ratified. Section 2. Supervisory, Township Officials and Legal. The pay categories and salary or hourly wage ranges for the following supervisory and legal positions are hereby determined as follows: Annual Range: Mayor $1 $80,000 Township Council President $8,550 $9,500 Township Council $8,100 $9,000 Department and Division Heads $50,000 $195,000 Assistant Department and Assistant Division Heads $45,000 $137,500 Supervisor& Assistant Supervisors $35,000 $90,000 Court Administrator $45,000 $90,000 Municipal Court Judges $10,000 $42,000 Administrative Assistants $20,500 $75,000 Subcode Officials/Inspectors $40,000 $105,000 Professional Staff $20,500 $115,000 Special Law Enforcement Officer Class I and/or Class II Minimum Wage $21.00/hr. Recreation Specialists Minimum Wage $40.00/hr. Part-Time Minimum Wage $80.00/hr. Section 3. All employees shall be paid in bi-weekly installments. Section 4. The Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to institute and maintain any contracts for personnel so noted above. The Mayor shall have the sole authority to negotiate the terms and conditions and enter into a contract for the Chief of Police. The terms and conditions of the current contract of the Chief of Police shall be construed as written until such successor agreement is negotiated. The Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to institute and maintain the pay plan by determining the pay category of each new full-time position authorized in the annual budget in a manner consistent with the full-time positions listed above after studying and evaluating each such position as to the relative difficulty and importance of the work to be performed in that position. The Mayor is also authorized and directed to determine the position/classification of each job and to re-evaluate, reclassify or re-grade existing positions as changes take place in the responsibilities and duties of such jobs from time to time. The duties of employment of the several officers and employees, except as otherwise provided by statute, Municipal Ordinance or contract, shall be set forth by the Mayor. The hours of employment and other pertinent working conditions pertaining to the several offices and positions shall be determined by the Mayor. Section 5. All time worked in excess of the regularly scheduled work week shall be compensated as follows: (a) Department Heads and Assistant Department Heads, Division Heads and Assistant Division Heads shall not be entitled to either compensatory time off or to overtime P rY payments, except at the discretion of the Mayor in specific circumstances. (b) Compensatory time shall be on an hour to hour basis and shall be recorded as earned and as taken on the normal payroll records. Compensatory time shall be earned only when the time worked is specifically requested by the employee's Department Head in advance. (c) Overtime payments shall be made on a straight time basis for all time worked in excess of the regularly scheduled work week up to forty (40) hours per week. All time worked in excess of forty (40) hours per week shall be paid at the rate of one and one- half times the normal hourly rate. All overtime payments must be approved by the Department Head. Section 6. At each payroll period, the Controller, upon receipt of a check for the amount due to the Payroll Account, shall deposit the same to the credit of the Payroll Account at a depository approved by the Governing Body, charging the appropriate budgetary accounts therewith. The Controller shall thereafter issue payments on said Payroll Account to the employees entitled to payment therefrom and to the various agencies for which payroll deductions are made. The proper officials are hereby authorized to approve the direct deposit and sign the checks for the gross amount of the payroll and also checks for the employer tax and other liabilities resulting from the payrolls paid. However, at the next regular meeting of the Governing Body, the Controller shall submit for the approval or ratification the necessary payrolls for the amount paid to the several officers and employees for compensation the preceding month and any vouchers for employees payroll tax and other liabilities shall be considered by the Governing Body in due course and approved if found to be correct. In case of error or adjustment in the payroll, the Controller shall correct or adjust such error and make an appropriate record thereof. The Township shall provide each employee, electronically, all information regarding net pay and withholdings deducted from each employee's pay check. Section 7. All full-time employees who are not covered under a collective bargaining agreement shall earn paid sick leave of absence at the rate of one day per month for a total of twelve (12) days per calendar year. Any unused sick time is forfeited at termination, separation, and/or retirement. Section 8. All full-time employees, hired before January 1, 2009, who are not covered under a collective bargaining agreement shall receive longevity pay according to years of continuous service as follows: Zero (0) to (five) 5 years of service 0% After five (5) full years of service 6 '/.% After nine (9) full years of service 6 %% After fourteen (14) full years of service 7 '/4% After nineteen (19) full years of service 7 %% After twenty-four (24) full years of service 81/4%(Maximum) All full-time permanent employees, hired before January 1, 2009, shall receive the longevity for each year of service, or any portion of same which is to be included into their total salary. Department Heads and Assistant Department Heads, Division Heads and Assistant Division Heads are not entitled to longevity. Section 9. All Ordinances or parts thereof inconsistent with this Ordinance are hereby repealed, but only to the extent of such inconsistency. If any provisions of this Ordinance are inconsistent with collective bargaining agreements, the said agreements will prevail. Section 10. Salary increases granted to a union employee pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement or granted to a non-union employee by the Mayor shall be effective on the date specified in the collective bargaining agreement for a union employee or on the date specified by the Mayor for a non-union employee, provided that the employee was on the municipal payroll and receiving a salary at the date of the disbursement of the pay increase. Employees who have been discharged or terminated prior to the disbursement of any pay increase, or employees who resign, retire or otherwise voluntarily relinquish their positions prior to the disbursement of any pay increase, shall not be entitled to any retroactive increases in salary or wages or in any salary range and shall not be entitled to any additional payments for salary or wages after the employees have been discharged, terminated, resigned, retired or otherwise voluntarily relinquished their positions. Section 11. This Ordinance shall take effect 20 days after passage and publication as required by law. INTRODUCED: JANUARY 9, 2017 ADOPTED: JANUARY 23, 2017 CHARLES M. CAHN, MAYOR —'7 69,LZ COUN L PRESIDENT ATTEST: <-64,freid. NANCY L. SAFFOS, TOWNSHIP CLERK